April 28, 2009
April 23, 2009
Eight things I am looking forward to:
1. Losing 20lbs
2. Sitting in our backyard sipping cocktails
3. Pool days twice a week!!
4. Being tan
5. Little boy talking
7. Florida vacation
8. Our bike run in May
Eight things I did yesterday:
1. Cleaned the car seats
2. Organized my craft room.
3. Ate half a veggie pizza. At least it was veggie.
4. Picked up kits for all my promo jobs.
5. Went to my parents house.
6. Worked out on the Wii Fit. Woo woo!!
7. Took a shower. (sometimes that's a chore)
8. Watched TV on the couch with Little Boy.
Eight things I wish I could do:
1. Eat shrimp and drink Corona's on the beach in Florida.
2. Plan weddings
3. Retire at Disneyland, or Disneyworld. I am not picky.
4. Visit all Hubster's family in Chicago.
5. Have a Wii sports Tournament with my Uncle Jim and Aunt Kathy.
6. Have another baby.
7. Stop caring what people think or say.
8. Go to Mexico.
Eight shows I watch on TV:
1. Biggest Loser
3. One Tree Hill
4. The Hills
5. The Real Housewives
6. Jon & Kate Plus 8
7. Millionaire Matchmaker
8. RW/RR The Duel
April 22, 2009
April 19, 2009
First, lets start with giving Little Boy a beer. Remember this??
Give him a real mask, where he can breathe.
That's all I am saying.
April 16, 2009
April 12, 2009
April 11, 2009
Officer: Good Afternoon Ma'am, do you know why I pulled you over?
Me: Not really
Officer: Are you aware that you are driving in the Carpool Lane?
Me: Very aware, how scary would it be if I said no? (I laughed, he didn't)
Officer: Ma'am, this lane is dedicated for people with two or more passengers, and it's very obvious you are traveling alone.
Me: The sign says that those rules only apply between certain hours.
Officer: What sign? (then he points to the sign posted right where we were and says.....) That sign right there says two or more passengers or motorcycles
Me: Yes, I can read that sign. But the sign back there, states times.
Officer: Again, Ma'am, which sign? One we've already passed?
Me: Yes, that would be why I said the sign back there.
Officer: I see that you just bought this car, so I am assuming you don't have your registration yet, but do you have a license.
Me: You assumed right, here is my license. (hand him my license) Hubster just bought me this car, do you like?
Officer: Very nice Ma'am, sit tight, I will be right back.
Me: I will be waiting.
(comes back to my car)
Officer: Ok, now I will let you off this time, just next time be aware that this lane is reserved.
Me: Reserved for who? I am not driving in it during the rush hour times! You have to let me off, I didn't do anything wrong.
Officer: Technically I could give you a ticket for insubordination.
Me: (laughing) Insubordination? I am not being insubordinate, I am simply pleading my case. Hubster would kill me if I got a ticket, especially if he had to take time off work to go to the courthouse and watch me plead my case to the judge and prove you wrong.
Officer: Ma'am, have a good day and drive safely.
April 6, 2009
For her bachelorette party, we hung out at the Red Rock Casino and just laid by the pool all day and bowled all night. You can't beat their cosmic bowling, $12.50 a person and $9 pitchers of beer! My kind of night!
Me and the Bride To Be
No tan lines for this bride, she needed some sunscreen.
Later that night at bowling, this is the famous Lacey Ellis (bride) face.
I do, You do, We do!
Little Boy rocking his tie.
Here she is with her birthday hubby!
Her and I.
Apparently, she has the same syndrome as the hubster. For some reason they HAVE to make goofy faces in every picture I take of them.
Good shot! Finally. She is my favorite.
Yes, he is in a planter, in the ground.
He is a boy, what can I say. Before I took this picture, he was sitting in the dirt, dumping dirt on his head.
Another family shot.
And that ladies and gents, is what I have been up to. I will now be getting back to my regular sassy blogging.